The weather plays a huge role in amateur astronomy, principally by preventing observation of the night sky! Some are blessed with plenty of clear skies throughout the year. Others are not so fortunate.
This page provides weather information (including severe weather warnings) from around the world along with space weather information and how the Sun looks today and aurora predictions.
|Space Weather - Solar Wind|
ACE Real-Time Solar Wind Pages
|RSS & XML Weather Feeds From Around The World|
U.S. National Weather Service
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|Weather Maps and Satellite Images|
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European Weather Forecast
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|General Weather Sites|
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|The Sun Today - Mon November, 2017|
Today's Space Weather
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PlaneWave Instruments’ Robotic Mount13 Nov 2017 at 8:00am
PlaneWave Instruments introduces the L-500 Direct Drive Mount ($18,000). This single-arm fork mount can operate in equatorial or alt-azimuth configurations, and is rated to support up to 200 pounds of equipment
The post PlaneWave Instruments’ Robotic Mount appeared first on Sky & Telescope.Read more...
Astrophotography: Imaging Foundations13 Nov 2017 at 8:00am
Astrohptographer Richard S. Wright, Jr. embarks on his imaging blog. Join him each month to learn how to get the most out of your imaging equipment.
The post Astrophotography: Imaging Foundations appeared first on Sky & Telescope.Read more...
Astrograph from Knaeble Optical Systems13 Nov 2017 at 8:00am
German manufacturer Knaeble Optical Systems announces the RCM 360 FC/Ti astrograph (starting at $25,000).
The post Astrograph from Knaeble Optical Systems appeared first on Sky & Telescope.Read more...
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